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The editors discuss the 3Ysr
nor's local option plan. See pass 2.
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Iccming Weekend Cheering Started Friday Night, Went Through Saturday Morning Into Afternoon
I he Day After: One Man Hurt,
One Arrested, Miles Of Paper
j the cheering wasn't at yesterday's football game. It started
I Franklin St. (top left) Friday night when Head Cheerleader
fcdlison. and. assistants -started the second pep rally of the
frcm there it went to Y-Court (top right) instead of Woollen
because someone had started the gymnasium bonfire ahead
DAY AT 8
Tt Wallenborn will play
j':s of Bartok, Ravel, Schu
fi Petrassi this evening at
jitd Petite Musicale.
pjorn, who has studied
'f Berlin and Leipzig, will
p on the piano in Graham
f li main lounge at 8 p.m.
-trance will be sponsored
j Graham Memorial Activi
i oXC Music Dept. '
-Misicale will be- open to"
3nd townspeople free of
I Wallenborn, who has ac-j-i
singer Helen Traubel,
appeared as soloist with
J Symphony and the Berlin
of schedule. But students weren't through. They went to the Duke
campus in Parham, draped, toilet paper around the statue of the
Methodist university's founder, Angier Biddle.Duke (lower left). And
Collison was leading the cheers yesterday afternoon at the UNC
Maryland tiff, also (lower right). : Photos by. R. B. Henley.
BY FRED POWLEDGE
Yesterday morning after Friday
night's pep rally, students were
faced with these facts:
The UNC and Duke campuses
were strewn with miles of toilet
paper. One man . was painfully
hurt. He was hurt after being
pushed through a large plate
glass window, which was broken.
One UNC student was free on
bond after Durham police charg
ed him with public drunkeness
and carrying a concealed wea
pon a blackjack.
The statue of Angier Biddle
Duke, which rests in a chair on
the Duke East. Campus, was not
painted Carolina Blue. Several
UNC students, hearing that
Duke men started their Friday
night bonfire ahead of schedule,
drove to Durham in an attept to
paint the statue of the univer
sity's founder.' "
The man who was hurt was
Javan Mitchell, Negro janitor
at the Monogram Club.
"I was standing there (beside
the University Service Station
on Franklin and Columbia
Streets) waiting for my boy to
get off work," said Mitchell,
when it happened. Parading
students, forming a "snakeiine,"
whipped around by the ser
vice station. -'A. '.
"I was standing as close to
the station as I can stand," said
Mitchell. But the snakeiine
knocked him down and into the
plate glass window.
Mitchell said he was cut on
hins knees and bruised on his
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bad I can't hardly
"I was just lucky, though,
that I didn't get cut up bad,"
he said. He said he was taken,
to the emergency room of Mem
orial Hospital by "a student for
treatment. Yesterday he under
went more treatment, and he
"hurt all night last hight."
(Officials at Memorial Hosp
ital, a state-run institution are
usually reluctant to give out
information for publication. In
the case of Mitchell, the doc
tor who alleged to have treated
Mitchell would not say anything
for publication on the man's
(See JUST, page 4.)
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By WAYNE BISHOP
Maryland's mechanical grid
iron machine ground' out
three first half touchdowns
and held Carolina' in check
every time they threatened
to turn back the Tar Heels
2 5-7 yesterday afternoon at
The Tar Heels broke loose
with an effective passing attack
that produced many "complete pass
es, but no touchdowns during the
four quarters. The Tar Heels spent
most of the long, sunny afternoon
trying to get the ball away from
the ball-control Terrapins.
The Statistics: '
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Tar Heel Line Stops Terps
First Downs .15 10
Rushing Yardage (net) 213 17
Passing Yardage (net) 91 . 93
Passes Attempleted 12 30
Passes Completed 6 11
Passes Int. by 5.7
Punts 5 7
Punt. Avg. . 31.6 36.3 !
Yards Penalized . 90 90 .
Fumbles Lost by 3 0
' Bill Koman, on ground, grabs a hand full of legs as he throws Maryland back Dave Nusz for a loss
in the first half of the homecoming game yesterday. The Carolina line charged in to snow under the
Terps on severay' plays.. Jim Jones, 52, John Jones, 73, and Wally Vale, 29, are other Carolina players
in the photo. Maryland's Frang Tambureilo, 12, stands over to the side. (Henley Photo.)
By LARRY CHEEK
Sideline Sidelights: The Caro-
Maryland punched over a score
the first time it had the ball, then '
never lost its lead for the rest of
the game. The Terps scored on aina defense continued to shine
a-yara marcti in tne nrst quarter, ' in tlie touchdown ' producing de
auu y(1 uiainea arires oi ana partment this ' aftern56n. When
25 yards in the second period to sophomore center Jim Jones stole
drop tne Tar Heels behind by the ball from Maryland quarter-19-0
at the intermission. j back Frank Tambureilo and raced
After halftime the . Tar Heels for touchdown, it marked ' the
came back to more than hold their . fourth consecutive . time this sea
own against the Terps on defense, I son that the Tar Heels have scored
but still could not find enough , theri opening touchdown by an
drive to push over an offensive j alert defensive play,
touchdown of their own. The only, The Terps exhibited a knack for
Tar Heel score came m the third gaining yardage when they had to.
period when sophomore center Jim when faced with a irst down or
Jones grabbed the ball out of quar- t situation, the Terps always
terback Frank Tmburello's hands seemed to t the first down. Car.
3?c "fS JrlJL "nj;ouched for olina tried hard, but still were
(See IN THE STANDS, page 3.-) j unable to st Maryland when the
chips were down. v
Miss Shirley Carpenter, junior
from Oakboro, was crowned Miss
Homecoming Queen yesterday by
student body President Don
Fowler and Chancellor Robert
Winners in the homecoming
display contests were Smith
Dormitory in the women's dorm
division, Cobb) Dormitory in
men's dorm division. Pi Beta Phi
in sorority and Phi Kappa Sigma
in. fraternity divisilon.
Tar Heel center George Stav
nitski had his troubles on the kick
off ' following Maryland's second
touchdown. Stav lost his helment
while throwing a downfield block
and couldn't make up his mind
I wnecner io retrieve u or iouow
! the play. The runner was tackled
in a hurry, however, so George was
free to collect his head gear, with
a little help from one of the Mary
The Carolina and Maryland
benches presented contrasting pic
(See TROUBLES, gape 4.)
AT 2. O'CLOCK
A sports car and driving , show
are set -..for this afternoon,, ac
cording to GMAB Outings Com
mittee Chairman Tex Burleson,
who drives his own sports car in
Burleson said the show, first
this year at UNC, will be held
this afternoon at 2 o'clock on the
intramural field beside Woollen
He said the show will last three
hours. It will include a display of
the sport cars in this area, along
with a display of driving skill. The
Piedmont Sports Car Club will
carry out the skill show, he said.
Burleson has invited sports car
enthusiasts and owners from this
area to attend the show and enter
their cars. He also has invited
owners of interesting, old and for
eign cars t0 attend, he said,
Students, said Burleson,
find the show "exciting
PI SIGMA ALPHA "
Pi Sigma Alpha, honorary politi
cal science fraternity, will have a
coffee hour Monday at 4 p.m. in
Out At Game
By CHARLES DUNN
From a mourning over - turned
turtle to his shell-less brother stuc
Jn the.,tar, the. Carolina campus was
alive with students, alumni, and
just visitors taking pictures cf
every thing from the Old Well,
through homecoming displays, to
coeds. At least the early part of the
day wras happy for everybody, be
cause then it was "still anybody's
Then it w7as time for the annual
Carolina-Maryland game to start
and everybody headed for Kenan
stadium, to continue the celebra
tion. "Who's playing today?" ques
tioned one fellow as the crowd car
ried him along. His buddy answer
ed "Damn if I know. Buy a pro
gram." As always there was somebody
yelling "Anybody got any extra
tickets?" And not more than five
steps away stood another fellow
yelling equally as loud "Who wants
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will!10 Duv exlra ucKets ,
The old problem of seating arose
at the game. A group tried to slip
in a fellow in an already full num
ber of seats. One fellow offered a
solution: "When everybody stands
up, shove 'em down . . . we've got
to get another seat, even if the
person on the ends sits on the
(See IN THE, page 3.)
FLIGHTS OF HOMECOMING WEEKEND:
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Howard Williams Halts Terps Ace -
Howard Williams,, UNC halfback, pulls down Maryland ace Ed Vereb after a pass from quarter
back Frank Tambureilo, Ed Sutton is closing in on the play for Carolina with Bill" Koman (82) coming
up in the ' background. Vereh scored three Marylandtouchdowns and passed for the third, ' . -
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Bushy & Friend Posed For Photos
Rameses, Carolina's mascot, and his companion, Bushy Cook (left),
spent a lot of the afternoon posing for pictures. This youthful ram
rider was unidentified, " (Henley Photo)